Ok, so lets here about the good, the bad and the ugly!
Like to know about the arm your using there too, is the Vesa mounting stuff easy? Do you use the plate that comes with the stand and clips into the back or does everything come with the monitor arm?
looks good, but the idea of inserting black frames into things to smooth out motion never really appealed to me. Be cool to actually see the difference in the real world in games and movies.
Hehe, what a tease. We're all dying to know about BFI!http://i171.photobucket.com/albums/u285/higgy57/010.jpg
Got to go now, more later!
I would be very interested in this info as well, since there have been so many rumors about this. It will be nice to finally have a definitive answer, if only someone knows how to determine this.I would really like to know what type of panel this has. If any one knows how to determine that, short of tearing it apart, please let me know.
Well, it seems that there is some good news so far -- this image confirms that the aspect ratio controls have made it into this model. Since the monitor is just released I would assume this firmware is present on all of them, not just a subset as with the FP241W. So it seems that if 1:1 mapping is important to you, ordering the Z model is one way to confirm that you'll receive it.
Are you using VGA connection? In this case are the text sharp? Do you have any problem with the red color as some found with the FP241W?
Did you test the 1:1 aspect ratio?
Please advice, Thank you
Are the screws from the monitor arm that attach to the monitor going into the plastic framing? Or is there a metal plate that clips into the frame, then you attach the monitor arm to the metal plate?
What I'm interesting in knowing is if the AMA-Z tech uses black frame insertion (as claimed by BenQ) or screening (as demonstrated by the behardware.com preview)
PS noticed that the monitor is in stock at tigerdirect.com for $799. I was about to order, but they charge tax to floridians
From what I understand, black frame insertion (BFI), was renamed to AMA-Z, then renamed to Perfect Motion. http://i171.photobucket.com/albums/u285/higgy57/013.jpg
I'm in the process of making a video to post here, to try to demonstrate it.
Maybe I'm misunderstanding, but when you say it doesn't tilt, do you mean that you can't make the monitor lean forward or back? This contradicts the pictures in the manual that you linked to earlier. Is the stand different from that of the FP241W?put it back on the stock stand (which does not have a tilt)
Maybe I'm misunderstanding, but when you say it doesn't tilt, do you mean that you can't make the monitor lean forward or back? This contradicts the pictures in the manual that you linked to earlier. Is the stand different from that of the FP241W?
I'm very tempted to buy this monitor as my old one is broken, using my 6,5 yo CRT atm. Higgy, did you say it worked perfectly in the 1:1 mode now? I'm planning to use my Wii on it aswell and I want it to look as good as possible. Have you tried the component input yet?
why do you need the drivers anyway? Isn't it just PnP?
could you please please take some pics with perfection motion ON? I'm dying to see how it works!